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Travel Bug Dog Tag Elfy

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Released:
Tuesday, 31 August 2010
Origin:
France
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Bonjour géocacheur mon nom est Elfy

ta mission si tu l'acceptes est de me faire voyager à travers le monde. tu devras prendre une photo le plus panoramique possible de l'endroit où tu me dépose et l'envoyer à mes propriétaires. un des buts de mon voyage sera de faire une étape dans l'ile de terre-neuve et d'être prise en photo devant la mer et le phare de Rose Blanche

" phare de Rose Blanche. Vous verrez des falaises sombres, des vagues qui se fracassent, de l’écume et des embruns. L’esprit et les traditions des villages de pêche de Terre-Neuve sont bien vivants dans ces petits villages qui s’accrochent farouchement au littoral rocheux à découvert des plaines côtières du sud de l’île. Le phare de Rose Blanche offre une des meilleures vues du détroit de Cabot. Il a été construit en 1871-1873 et abandonné dans les années 40. En 1988, un projet de dix ans a été entrepris pour assurer sa remise en état et l’ouverture officielle a eu lieu en 1999. En 2002 le phare a été désigné structure patrimoniale enregistrée. En été, il est ouvert au public. Des marins célèbres, notamment Sir Humphrey Gilbert, Jacques Cartier et le capitaine John Mason ont exploré la côte sauvage du Sud-Ouest de Terre-Neuve il y a plus de 400 ans. Les noms de plusieurs des villages de la région sont des versions anglicisées des noms français ou basques qui avaient été donnés par les premiers habitants de la région. Rose Blanche doit son nom au granit blanc sur lequel le village s’est établi. Le mot français « roche » a été changé pour devenir « rose » en anglais."

Ayant eu un arrière arrière grand père capitaine de navire et cap hornier, tu comprendras que les phares étant important pour lui, mais j'aimerai aussi visiter de nombreux pays. à toi de jouer, ne me déçois pas, mes propriétaires attendent de belles photos de notre voyage. Kenavo

Hello my name is geocachers Elfy

Your mission, should you accept it is to make me travel around the world. You'll have to take a picture as possible of the scenic spot where you dropped me off and send it to my owner. One purpose of my trip is to make a step in the island of Newfoundland and be photographed in front of the sea and the Rose Blanche Lighthouse

"Rose Blanche Lighthouse. You will see dark cliffs, the waves crashing, foam and spray. The spirit and traditions of the fishing villages of Newfoundland are alive in these small towns that s' hang fiercely rocky shorelines exposed coastal plains south of the island. The Rose Blanche Lighthouse offers the best views of the Cabot Strait. It was built in 1871-1873 and abandoned in the 40s. In 1988, a ten-year project was undertaken to ensure its restoration and opening ceremony took place in 1999. In 2002 the lighthouse has been designated heritage structure recorded. In summer it is open to the public. The famous sailors, including Sir Humphrey Gilbert, Jacques Cartier and Captain John Mason explored the rugged coast of southwest Newfoundland there are over 400 years. The names of several villages in the region are anglicised versions of names or French Basque had been given by the first inhabitants of the region. Rose Blanche is named after the white granite on which the village was established. The French word "rock" was changed to "Rose" in English. "

Having had a great great grandfather ship's captain and Cape Horners, you will understand that the lights are important to him, but I will also like to visit many countries. Do your own thing, do not disappoint me, my owners expect some nice pictures of our trip. Kenavo

About This Item

Elfy

une petite fée à la chevelure orange et au costume jaune orangé.

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Mark Missing 08/09/2012 Wanderfruen.de marked it as missing   Visit Log

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Dropped Off 08/02/2012 michaelklahn placed it in Denk an mich. Dein ... Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany - 2.65 miles  Visit Log
Visited 08/01/2012 michaelklahn took it to Rauschendorf - London calling Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany - .35 miles  Visit Log
Visited 08/01/2012 michaelklahn took it to Die Tochter des Navigators taucht (Rauschendorf-1) Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany - 265.66 miles  Visit Log
Visited 07/31/2012 michaelklahn took it to Robin von Troisdorf - #1 Die Geburt Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany - .32 miles  Visit Log
Visited 07/31/2012 michaelklahn took it to Gotteshäuser Johanneskirche Troisdorf Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany - .27 miles  Visit Log
Visited 07/31/2012 michaelklahn took it to Robin von Troisdorf - #3 Der Kindergarten Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany - .38 miles  Visit Log
Visited 07/31/2012 michaelklahn took it to Burgblick Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany - .12 miles  Visit Log
Visited 07/31/2012 michaelklahn took it to Da wo die Römer parken. Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany - .57 miles  Visit Log
Visited 07/31/2012 michaelklahn took it to Gymnasium Altenforst Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany - 194.93 miles  Visit Log
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